Welcome to the TeckNet Wireless Doorbell review!
The TeckNet Wireless Doorbell is a cheap, great looking wireless doorbell that is both waterproof and a great option if you are hearing impaired.
They also offer a TeckNet Wireless Doorbell with 2 receivers if you need more than one.
TeckNet Wireless Doorbell – Details
What You Get In The Kit
Receiver x 1
Transmitter x 1
Manual x 1
Battery x 1
The range can reach up to 1000 feet with no interference. In a real-life situation, according to the manufacturer, the distance can reach 800 feet, which is still plenty.
You need to think about what kind of interference you are likely to have in between the wireless push button and the receiver. How many walls do you have in between? How many electrical items? What about other wireless devices? They will also cause interference.
It is a good option if you are looking for a long-range, but there are better long range wireless doorbell options.
The TeckNet Wireless Doorbell has 32 tones to choose from and 4 volume levels.
In terms of volume, the 4 levels range from 25dB to 85dB so it is not the loudest wireless doorbell, but it is loud enough for most homes.
The ingress protection rating is less than other wireless doorbells. Sure, it is a great looking wireless doorbell and the TeckNet Wireless Doorbell is likely to withstand a downpour but if rain is common for your climate then you will need a better waterproof wireless doorbell.
Installation is very, very easy.
Simply plug the receiver into a power socket, match the receiver to the wireless doorbell chime before sticking (or drilling) the push button to your doorframe.
It is that easy!
The push button requires 1 23A 12v battery if you even need a replacement. More details about which wireless doorbell needs which battery can be found here.
No battery is needed for the receiver as it simply plugs into a power outlet.
The TeckNet Wireless Doorbell has an excellent 18-month warranty with it.
With an 18-month warranty, you can be sure that you are buying a quality wireless doorbell.
If you choose to go for the TeckNet Wireless Doorbell, then you will also receive free lifetime customer support on the product.
Whilst reviewing the TeckNet Wireless Doorbell, we found it to be a very good, cheap wireless doorbell option that looks great and has some excellent features.
The only drawback really is the waterproof rating. Wireless doorbells tend to have IP33, IP44, or IP55 waterproof ratings so this is at the lower end of the scale. Again, if you need a wireless doorbell with a higher waterproof rating, then there are other options available.
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